Fear is False Evidence Appearing Real, There's nothing to fear but fear itself. Anyone who writes that isn't really lying, but deep down inside even the best motivational speaker, even the bravest person we all know, everyone has fear.
What do I fear? The obvious, being a mom fearing my kids won't have everything I want them to have or something bad will happen. I fear floods every time it rains or even snows, but that's all boring stuff.
Mostly I fear failure. I fear I'll get an injury and be unable to exercise gain weight and be unable to be a weight loss coach. I fear
But what sets me apart, is that I won't let it stop me. I exercise in ways I find fun, with proper precautions, such as a bike helmet and proper shoes, but I don't just chose the least injury prone activities, because I'd get bored and stop. I eat what I love, because after all starving is not what I coach and I practice what I preach. I wrote the blog anyway because being honest is more important than anything to me and telling you what I think sounds cool doesn't work for me.
And I keep working, why because I know deep down inside my fears are unfounded and that giving in to them is the worst thing I could ever do.